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|Title: ||Review of the Irish Salmon Industry|
|Authors: ||Went, A. E. J.|
|Issue Date: ||1965|
|Publisher: ||Department of Agriculture and Fisheries [Fisheries Division]|
|Citation: ||Went, A.E.J., "Review of the Irish Salmon Industry", Department of Agriculture and Fisheries [Fisheries Division]|
|Series/Report no.: ||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series A;1|
|Abstract: ||For centuries the salmon has been an important item of commerce in Ireland and in many parts of the country today it is still very important in the general economy of the people, who gain a living directly or indirectly from it. It is important from two points of view. It provides sport for the angler and it supports a commercial fishery.
There are three other articles in this issue: II. SALMON OF THE RIVER SHANNON (1957 to 1962) - Eileen Twomey; III. THE EFFECTS OF ARTERIAL DRAINAGE WORKS ON THE SALMON STOCK OF A TRIBUTORY OF THE RIVER MOY - E.D. Toner, Ann O’Riordan & Eileen Twomey; IV. RECAPTURES OF IRISH TAGGED SALMON OFF GREENLAND - A.E.J. Went.|
|Appears in Collections:||Irish Fisheries Investigations Series A - Freshwater|
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